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. steve in illinois, democratic caller. here is debtclock.org, showing that we have reached the ceiling, but we will run out of money in mid february or march. go ahead. caller: yes, i believe in a few things the previous caller said, about giving away free phones. i think people get food stamps plus go to food pantries and get food and they have plenty of food. i have seen them sell their food stamps. there is a lot of waste and fraud and abuse in the lower portion. if you want to take a look and see the waste, fraud, and abuse in the military spending and so forth, it is on both sides of the poincoin. we have to take a look at both sides. today our soldiers are coming home in this wasteful war. they are killing themselves faster than they are killing themselves in afghanistan. host: that is a headline this morning, steve, in the papers. caller: we need to get these veterans some help, too, so they stop killing themselves. it is -- you are drawing matchsticks to see which ones have the shortest ones. we do have to cut out some of the waste. we should go by waste first before we should
want to teach you how you could spot a liar. joining me on the phone from australia, i know steve you have talked to and interviewed serial killers and murderers and trying to find flimsy spots in the stories. you say in 30 seconds, you have this profiling technique to figure out if someone is lying. hit me. how can you tell? >> basically i analyzed the content and structure of language. every lie they invent they have to have another two to protect themselves. they have to have a great memory because they don't want to contradict. i will analyze a number of mafrs and listen to what they say. in lance's case, one thing i found interesting was he was referring to himself as lance armstrong. this is the disassociation and language. truthful people take ownership. how people use the verbs and nouns in language as well. >> that's interesting. i did notice he refers to himself in the third person a lot. let me play this clip back in 2005 when he was denying that he was not doping. you can't see this, but everyone else can. we will talk about the other side. >> can you unequivocally say you
idea that senator wyden of oregon has been working with us and one, a newer idea that steve and i dreamed up in a bar in italy a few years. first of all, the president has been talking about stimulating the economy with transportation infrastructure investment. ron wyden of oregon and a republican from north dakota have been pushing for a trip bond program, $50 billion to be distributed, $1 billion to every state. we love the program, but it is going to help metro states, urban states. this concept of oregon and north dakota senators is a billion to go out to every state, so little states and big states all get the same benefit. this would be distributed over six years and the cost to the treasury would be paid for. and there would be no debt incurred at the state level. we think that that proposal has tremendous potentials. senator hoeven came by to speak to us last year and wyden last year. mentioned your program and we would love to see it. the next thing i want to put on the table and this should scare the pants off of all of you. this is real and this is jack's work, so you k
try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache relief. >> steve: tell us about jack's into the wild. >> a show we do all over the world. we leave to different countries. >> brian: what do you have in your arms? >> a dingo. from australia. people heard about it. they don't bark a lot. >> brian: more on that in the after the show show. see you. bill: all right. good morning. everybody. there are breaking developments, many of them in the hostage matter involving american oil workers. we're getting conflicting reports. some reports of a airstrike leaving many dead on the ground. we're hearing 20 hostages including some americans were able to escape. we're working through this throughout the morning. a lot of headlines out of the air. we'll bring to you what we can. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom.". martha: good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. this drama started yesterday when an al qaeda linked group of terrorists took dozens of hostages at a natural gas plant in algeria. the militants say they wanted france to stop their campaign against al q
, america can meet the test of a new day. my brother steve, the inventor, innately grasps this challenge. so must we. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from california seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. >> mr. speaker, i also rise to recognize the 40th anniversary of the supreme court roe v. wade decision this landmark decision granted american women the right to make their own personal health decisions. in consultation with her family and her faith and without government intrusion. mrs. capps: however, this right has been under steady attack in recent years with a clore goal, to make it so difficult to obtain a safe and legal abortion that it's become de facto illegal. but i'm among those who remember what what it was like when women were pushed into the shadows to get care and we cannot go back to that dangerous time. the truth is, none of us can walk in the shoes of each woman, facing an unwanted pregnancy. so let'
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